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# Simple Operations

In the description they put 2+2 And the output is 4 but I don't get it am I supposed to only put the numbers or more than that cuz it DOSENT work for me

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Python: print(2+2) Output 4 C: printf(2+2) Output 4 C++: cout<<2+2; Output 4

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1) if you just do just 2+2 python will just do calculations and will not show the result be ause you didn't ask to show . 2)You have to ask the python to show this result by the help of print and parenthesis means () these brackets 3) Like Example :- print(2+2) Like that python interpreter will know that it have to show that result in output window

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Python: print(2+2) C++: cout << 2+2;

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Maybe you edit the Comment sanees but in python there are 3 data type integer , string and float you can some operations on them also

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For python write print(2+2) and get output 4

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Yep, only numbers so keep away from using double quotations

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ruby : puts 2+2 output 4 puts "2+2" output 2+2

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In python, space is key! So it would be print(2 + 2)

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Python: Lets calculate the number 2+2

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We can write that in so many ways Here are some examples 😉 a=2+2 print(a) Another one .... print(2+2) can also give you the answer

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Print (1(2)+1(2)) output-4

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